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charges $5 to park at the west oakland station and stations have pricing in place. bart is taking input on the plan on the web site through december 18th. >> there is some signs today prof gres in the fiscal cliff negotiations. the president still says he won't compromise on demands that the wealthyest americans pay more in tax autos he's not criticizing republicans, either. that is a possible indication that private tuck talk was republican leaders are going along okay. >> move on.org is hosting rallies and pushing for an end to those cuts. abc 7 news is at one of them right now. >> this rally supposed to begin at 4:00 this afternoon. they're slow getting started. there is a couple dozen people here this, he say they're expecting about 400 by later tonight. there were rallies like this around the bay area today in walnut creek and into oakland. outside of the social security administration office a crowd of 50 listened to speakers calling on congress to quote do the right thing. >> tax the super rich. protect the middle class. >> they added don't do anything to cut social security or#'
investigating. >> oakland police investigating the death of an innocent bystander. a 47-year-old is the city's 124th homicide victim of 2012. the grandmother struck and killed last night on international boulevard before 6:00 during a gun battle taking place between people on the other side of the street. nick smith will have more on the story at 5:00. >> in san francisco, a firefighter taken to the homt for smoke inhalation after battling an apartment fire in the city ocean view district that started on the second floor of this building this morning. the 25 residents were evacuated and being helped bit red cross. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.z> pg&e's plan won approval today. >> under the plan, pg&e will test 800 miles of pipeline and replace 200 milesist at a cost of $2 billion. customers will pay more than half of that. roughly $1íñryñ two a month for the average ratepayer this, follows the deadly 2010 san bruno explosion. local leaders feel ripped off by p.u.c. and pg&e. >> now they're making 11% on improvements. it's shameful they'd allow pg&e to profit from
in shambles. today, this is the only surviving vessel. after the war, she served oakland, then went to the both ball fleet. now, they are prepping for a museum in arkansas. this morning, 71 years to the minute of the attack, everyone in the yard came together for this memorial. they raised the flag, saluting this old tug pushing debreerks keeping pearl harbor open. >> this actually blew me away. this is a great piece of history. >> this is the one that did. >> right now, members after an oakland church group getting back on their feet after being robbed of their money during a trip to florida. >> the group from the ministry on mcarthur boulevard. someone broke into the van and stole their money. the church member says that good samaritans are stepping up here. >> the group is concerned about getting back social security cards and pass ports that belong to the chaperone. >> it's an unfortunate situation. >> let's take a look at the weekend forecast. >> there is no wayne in the forecast. we have a cloud-free sky right now. some areas of thin, high clouds, just scatter area around the
following a major pot bust in oakland. police say they found a set up inside of the building on rowland way. 700 plants and pounds of product were seized with $40,000 in cash. it's illegal grow operation discovered after a neighbor zplained about the smell coming from the building. >> conditions outside, high tides known as king tides hitting the bay area today, through friday. >> that mean smz beaches will disappear, in marin, some roads as well. >> yes. we're live in marin city with the story. hi, heather. >> hi, dan. we're along highway 1. at highway 101 this morning. this intersection was completely submerged with high tide at 9:45 but as tides do it went back out. with extreme low tide, expected just about a half hour from now. >> the highway one stintson beach exit was closed. and it was up to individual bikers to decide whether to risk the water logged bay trail. water levels rose dangerously high on cars left at the park and ride under 101. there used to water creeping up and back here, but this is higher than the usual high. king tides happen once a month when the sun and moon pull
now in west oakland a rally to save liberty hall. a national landmark for the people of oakland. property on the 1400 block of 8th street is known as the marcus grafshy building. it's the current home of the nonprofit overcomers with hope. it was sold to a hedge fund. >> oakland police chief seems to have received more than his share of bad news this year. >> today, he got a break from that and a big thank you from school students. >> abc 7 was there. >> happening now, here in oakland, police chief gets a bunch of thank yous that, is something that doesn't happen every day. letters of gratitude from a group of second graders. the letters written in september, the kids thankful to the police for protecting them, keeping their city safe. the chief said when he read them, he couldn't resist thanking the kids himself, in person, and today, did he just that. >> this is important to come out to let them know that their letters didn't end up on a desk and someone else reads it. i read all of them and was very moved by it. i wanted to thank them, they took time to write it. i thought it
. possible exemptions would be beta breakers and gay pride parade. >> oakland city council decided to make a decision on a dog park at lake shore avenue and mcarthur boulevard. oakland residents will have the opportunity to voice their opinions first. the meeting starts at 5:30. >> this afternoon aj strike by clerks shut down the ports of los angeles and long beach. following all night talks both sides agreed to early federal mediation. >> i'm more optimistic. there is movement being made on both sides. >> that strike is costing u.s. economy estimated $1pgañ billion per day in lost trades. truckers honoring ticket lines. clerical union says the únf$wguz is jobs being shipped overseas. the port says it's offering 600 clerksz lifetime job security. >> former command yefr a task force is pleading guilty. the attorney tells axe bc 7 news the client will admit to five counts tomorrow in oakland, welsh is accused of stealing drugs from evidence lockers trying to sell drugs on the streets. he was caught in a sting operation in february, last year with guilty plea, he faces a minimum of 10 year
to give them a call. >> in oakland police looking for three gunman in a shooting that injured four people late last night around east 18th street and fifth avenue near southeast side of lake merit. a witness tells abc 7 news he heard the gunshots ringing out near a liquor store in the area. >> a driver says he lost control of the car. the crash injured a female shopper taken to the hospital. this happened near haskell street. employees say they couldn't tell how fast the driver was going. >> the ports of los angeles and long beach are open again this afternoon. >> workers reached an agreement with the 14 shipping cost estimated billion dollars per day. the clerk as agreed on a pack. >> the targ yoit moved throughout the supply chain. give everybody those presents. they're looking for it in the stores. >> the ports of long beach and los angeles handle a full 44% of the ship traffic. it should take about two weeks for tofrg get back to normal. >> california election results will not be official until a week from friday. registrars have until last night to finish counting ballots. many were
today this, is video from sky 7 in oakland over lockwood elementary school in response, the oakland police department made school officers available at any campus that wanted extra coverage. officers are assigned to six campuses in the district. >> california superintendent of schools released this statement today. this morning's shooting is a terrible, senseless@3rrm traged. our grief is deeper when thinking of the innocence of lives lost and efforts of teachers and school leaders to protect them. our hearts go out to victims, families and school community its affecting communities across the nation. at 4:30 abc 7 news reporter laura anthony will tell whaus bay area schools are doing to reach out to parents, children and staff. we'll be joined by a psychology professor from santa clara university talking about how i community deal was this trauma, and how parents should talk to their kids about violence. >> one of the deadliest elementary school shootings happened in 1989 in stockton. five children killed and 29 others wounded. the gunman then shot and killed himself. seven people
. follow us on abc 7 news bay area. >> also happening now, oakland police investigating a driver who led the chp on a high-speed chase ending with the death of a young woman. >> abc 7 news has more on the chase and the deadly crash into a car full of people. >> happening now, oak lend police are trying to figure out why a driver led them on a high-speed chase. the driver of this bmw is now in police custody after he smashed his car into this lincoln just after 11:00. a california patrol spokesman tells abc 7 news that a traffic stop at 90th and bankroft took a dramatic turn when the driver of the bmw sped away. the officers found whit it crashed into the lincoln town car. police say five people in this car never saw the bmw coming and had no time to get out of the way. one person, a woman in her 20s, a passenger was killed. two others taken to the hospital, both with major injuries. the other two passengers in the lincoln treated at the scene. police are not identifying any people in the lincoln town car yet. they're looking for a second person who got out of the bmw after it crashed and
inches of rain. eight and a third inches in san raf yes. nearly four inches in san francisco and oakland livermore. nearly two and a half in san jose. and in terms of normal rainfall for this time of the season, we're at 200% of average now in sacramento. and well above the normal levels for all other locations around the bay area, we're not at a rainfall deficit now. and not likely to be soon. sheer look at radar satellite posit -- composite image. you can see the next storm not quite so strong as storms we saw over the weekend. it will be wet and i'll show where wet weather will arrive in just minutes. >> thank you very much. well, what a difference a day makes in vallejo. you're looking at roads around a mobile home park near fair grounds. residents evacuated as the water rose quickly. and could have used gondolas to get around. the water receded with only mud and debris to indicate this had been a flood plain. a good indication of the severity of the storm moved through. >> and there is a bit of a detour heading downtown. >> big section of roads in lafayette collapsed yesterday durin
s in the bay area. and 55 across the bay in oakland. these forecast features rain arriving this evening, tapering off to scattered showers, then, we'll have frosty mornings falling thursday and friday. cold air is coming in behind the frontal system. we'll start at 7:00 this evening, we might see first rain up in the northern most part of sonoma county. then in the evening hours by 11:00 we'll see rainfall straight ahead spraeding to most parts of the bay area. will continue overnight, then about 5:00 in the morning beginning of rush hour, pockets of showers, scattered showers, so there will be wet spots for morning commute and areas of dry weather as well. scattered showers tapering off and ending and mixed precipitation in the higher elevations of lake county. here in the bay area, looking at light rainfall totals. from one tenth of an inch to three tenths of an inch. in the sierra, we expect four to eight inches of snow above 4500 feet. we are highs over next three days, wednesday, tomorrow morning but 7.1 feet. and friday morning we'll be aware of that. low temperatures
the investigation. ples say this is the city's first officer involved shooting since 2001. >> in oakland, business owners frightened and frustrated after returning to work to find their shops vandalized over the christmas holiday. sometime tuesday night, someone smashed windows in stores. the back wind yof a van was broken. and the operator says this type of crime is just too common in the neighborhood. >> if this will go on and on and on with, out being an end, then, probably i'll have another thought ofri-c probably, you know, moving somewhere into some business. >> officials say an under staffed police force is occupied with higher priority crime autos san francisco city attorney launched an effort to refund $4 million to customers of check and go. he says the pay day lender skirted state law, giving loans online with rates of up to 400%. they will work with groups to identify borrowers. >> firefighters still on the scene of an apartment fire in oakland. crews inspected the building which is on 83rd avenue near international boulevard. no word yet on what caused this blaze. but damage seems to
almost an inch and a half, close to two inches in oakland towards concord, 1.68. san jose, over an inch and a third of rain. take a look at the the santa cruz mountains almost eight inches of rain. there is more coming. we take a look at the peak wind gusts, 86 miles an hour, golden gate bridge, 60 miles per hour wind gusts. here is a look at storms, stormy weather saturday night at 11:00 p.m. in the far northern end of the viewing area. it slides south. the next storm moves in, wet, windy, heavy rain. heading into 9:00 a.m. this will be shifting off to the east. our live doppler 7 hd will be keeping track. i'll be back with another update in just minutes. >> all of this leads to dangerous road conditions. a 3-year-old strapped in a car seat suffered head injuries when he was thrown from a jeep during a spinout on highway 4 just east of the hill crest avenue. the force threw the boy out. car seat and through a window. there were others injured as well, no word yet on the their conditions. >> sandhya warned us north bay would get the brunt of the storm. that has. mark matthews ha
. for more entertainment news go to otrc.com. >> an oakland mother dives on top of her children at church to protect them from a stray bullet. she talks to abc 7 news from her hospital bed. >> politics and coffee. how starbucks is taking a public stand on looming fiscal cliff. >> i'm michael finney. did you receive a new tv over the holidays? coming up, best money-saving options for a home theater system. (;ñ;ñ;ñ;ñ;ñ$x >>> church supposed dob a save haif yerngs a place to worship in peace. >> an east bay mother is in the hospital after protecting her children fromhc a stray bullet. she's talking with abc 7 news about this ordeal. >> nick smith joins us live with the story. nick? >> cheryl, dan, good evening. maria is expected to survive her injuries. she expected them to learn a lesson about the christmas holidays. instead, her children sought mother, shot, hit by a stray bullet. maria has a frightening story to tell. >> we're at church with my daughter and people passed by shooting at church. >> she spoke to me from hervhlé hospital bed, shaken by the scene of events plague out o
. fairfield, 25 degrees, 29 in live mofr -- livermore, chilly in redwood city, 31 degrees. oakland, 26 degrees, record cold there. 33 in santa cruz. we're headed towards another cold night. temperatures upper 40s to about upper 50s so on]1[> the chilly side.r?ñ 40 to 50 this evening. frosty cold conditions, upper ]$2 low 40s for afternoon, mostly sunny skies with row low to mid-50s. i'll be back to tell when you rain will arrive and when chill will start to back off, we'll get milder air coming fp= for the night. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 new rules to help protect your child's privacy online. >> it's a bird, it's a plane. actually, it's part of the tallest building in the nation's largest city. we'll explain. >> and checking your traffic at 4:12 on the screen, you're in good shape heading down to the peninsula. left side, if you're head together lower deck of the bay bridge going over to oakland, you're face something traffic this afternoon. this afternoon. keep it here,ñtútcúññÑ!ó!6ñztrp you know how much grandma wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma
an inch in the santa cruz mountains. 15/100ths in san jose. 23/100ths oakland. santa rosea, just under a half inch. livermore, 7/100ths of rain. we may see this system wind down there is another system coming. i'll let you know when you might need rain gear again. >> speaking that have sis tinl, santa clara valley is bracing for freezing temperatures. >> david louie joins us live in san jose. david? >> well, all lis on rivers such as the guadalupe. the crews are making sure debris is cleared so rain runnoff will flow properly. now air, threat of freezing temperatures tomorrow night, it has posed new problems for homeowners and for the homeless. homeless. a good night as sleep inwré warm, dry place is important for the homeless when whether temperatures -- weather temperatures nasty. >> we see our numbers increasing during these cold weather months and when weather is, you know, harsh out there now. it is not by night, numbers tend to fluctuate. >> eac light builders runs shelters in santa clara county. largest here at this center have 250, but can take in an extra 100.g]vj hot meals a
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